The Boat Janmor 31/Fortuna 29 is a well-crafted vessel built in 2008 under the guidance of the Polish Sail Organization in the renowned Janmor and Bora Yacht boatyards. Designed specifically for shallow water sailing, it passed the CE category B stability test and is in outstanding condition, having never been chartered.
The boat is suitably equipped to accommodate a maximum of seven people, with two cabins that can sleep two people each and an additional three places in the saloon. With a length of nine meters (LOA 10 meters), it has a width of 2.98 meters and a draft that ranges from 0.6 to 1.7 meters. Thanks to a removable 900 kg lead ballast in the 55 cm wide steel false keel, this boat can safely dry out between tides. The total ballast of the boat is 1300 kg.
The vessel is further characterized by its easy-to-handle sailing features, including an electrically folded mast and a 2.2 kW Side Power bow thruster. The exterior is adorned with Flexiteak decking and LED navigation lights. For comfort, a bimini and sprayhood are included.
Its sail area totals 40 square meters, split between a 19 square meter main with lazy jack and a 21 square meter furling genoa. The sails, including a 42 square meter furling new Code 0, are tri-radial and run on a Plastimo roller, with Lewmar winches, Burton blocks, and Spinlock stoppers providing reliable handling.
Underneath, a 30 hp Lombardini diesel engine provides power, with a propeller shaft and a 1500-hour usage. The fuel consumption is notably efficient at 1.5-2 liters per hour, with a 90-liter diesel tank capacity. The vessel also includes a Vetus hydraulic steering system.
For navigation, it’s outfitted with a Seiva Starfish C-map 7-inch plotter with AIS receiver, Nexus 2500 VHF radio with Navtex, and Raymarine log, depth sounder, and windmeter.
The interior exudes a homely feel with natural oak furnishings. The galley comes equipped with a 2-burner Plastimo gas burner with grill, 45-liter Waeco fridge, and Corian worktop. For added comfort, diesel air heating is installed, and there’s a 200-liter fresh water tank equipped with Jabsco pumps for a pressurized water system. Additionally, a Waeco 35-liter water heater with 230V, a diesel engine, and Webasto heating ensure warm water availability.
Sanitation facilities include an electric Vetus WC with a 70-liter holding tank and a macerator pump. Hot showers can be enjoyed in the WC cabin and on deck.
Entertainment options include a DVD radio Sony, and to handle all electrical needs, the boat is fitted with 3 accumulators: a 70Ah for the engine and two 90Ah batteries for boat equipment and the bow thruster. A Waeco 45 A charger ensures they stay powered.
Safety is prioritized with 2 electric Whale automatic bilge pumps and one manual Jabsco pump. For convenience and ease of transportation, the boat is trailerable on a 3.5T trailer, making it an all-around excellent choice for any sailing enthusiast.